The PIME Missionaries stand for social justice and work to bring physical and spiritual aid to those who need it most. Our missionaries go into their mission with bags in hand and nothing else, tasked with the great responsibility of raising funds for the care and fostering of villages, groups, and individuals, practically from scratch. Our missionaries go where God beckons them, answering the call to spread His Word, and make "disciples of all nations". Our missionaries work with one idea in mind: we simply go where others will not.
We know the reality of our Missions, we know that they require a certain uncommon strength in faith and in action. It's our job here, at home, to support our missionaries as they change the face of communities in the goals of providing relief, spirituality, and hope. We currently have a presence in 17 countries, where we offer assistance in health, nutrition, education, social development, leadership training, the societal promotion of women and children, ecology, legal assistance, and an array of pastoral works. Our missionaries may go in as foreign missionaries, but they become recognized and loved local figures. They immerse themselves in new and different cultures in order to spread the Gospel and lead by example. It doesn't matter the condition, economic status, or mentality of the locals, we stand for the people, their well-being, and fair treatment.
Our missionaries may go in as foreign missionaries,
but they become recognized and loved local figures.